Monday, November 6, 2017

Here's How You Can Donate Blood For Sutherland Springs Victims

Posted By on Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:36 AM

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Local hospitals caring for victims of the Sutherland Springs shootings are asking for blood donors. With at least 20 people suffering injuries, these San Antonio blood banks need all the help they can get in this dire time.

"The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center has sent 200 units to hospitals treating the injured — including Connally Memorial Medical Center in Floresville, the San Antonio Military Medical Center trauma center and to University Hospital," said SA2020 on Twitter. "STBTC is asking anyone with O+, O- blood or those willing to give platelets to donate, as the supply — which is needed most during traumas — is low."

Here's where you can donate:

Any South Texas Blood and Tissue Center donor room or mobile blood drive throughout South Texas. Find a location at southtexasblood.org or call (210) 731-5590.



University Hospital
4502 Medical Drive, Rio Tower 3rd floor. Blood drive starts Monday, 8am. Call (210) 358-2812 to schedule an appointment.

For military members:
Akeroyd Blood Donor Center at Fort Sam Houston
7:3o-11a.m.
1240 Harney Path (Building 1240)
Call (210) 295-4989 for more info.

Lackland AFB Blood Donor Center
8a.m.-2p.m.
2200 Berquist Drive (Building 3425)
Call (210) 292-8116 for more info.

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